Using a CAD drafting program and I need to be able to click the center mouse wheel and pan through the model. This feature does not work at all. The scroll wheel functions by rolling the wheel, but I cannot use the "click and pan" feature whcih allows you to pan vertically and horizontally. This function does not work in any program environment, not just the CAD program.
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If PC user then it should be easy to fix. Top right corner of your web browser program should have three symbols: a minus sign, a box and an X.
Try clicking with your mouse on the box. It should make the program viewed slightly smaller. When it does you can move your mouse to the top of the window (usually a blue bar) and while clicking the left mouse button you can move it wherever you like (centre it).
It's more of a temporary solution and if the window is too big to fit the screen you can move the mouse to the left, right, bottom and when you move over the edge it will turn into a line with arrows at both ends.
When it does that you can click the left mouse button and drag the edge of the window to make the window smaller. Adjust each side as needed.
To fix things permanently you may have to adjust your monitor's settings using the buttons on the monitor itself. For that you're on your own as I don't know how to adjust every monitor's settings.
Do you use the "hold middle click" way of panning? If so, check that in the Windows Ctrl Panel under Mouse, that the scroll wheel is set for middle click. Why this is not default on all new mice I do not know!
Go to START > CONTROL PANEL > MOUSE ..... Here you will find the Logitech settings. On the BUTTONS tab, you will see a diagram that numbers the buttons on the mouse as well as a table that shows what each button is assigned to. In this table, double click the number assigned to the mouse wheel (usually button 3) and reassign the wheel to MIDDLE BUTTON. This should restore your Autocad pans.
love this trackball mouse, yet they are very sensitive to wear and trash that causes them to fail. Wal-Mart sells great ones like the Logitech LX3 optical mouse that are not as sensitive and have more features